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HE EVANGELICAL MAGAZINE for MAY, price 6d., contains
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8. Obituary of Three Distinguished Men. Ippeal on Behalf of the London Mis- 9. Home Chronicle-Great Public Quessionary Society.
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Anniversary Meetings, &c. &c.
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A Reply to the Rev. Dr. Cumming's Lectures on 'The End of 3
WORLD,' with a glance at his 'Apocalyptic Sketches.' By H. BLAND. |
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